endoparasite


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endoparasite

 [en″do-par´ah-sīt]
a parasite that lives within the body of the host. adj., adj endoparasit´ic.

en·do·par·a·site

(en'dō-par'ă-sīt),
A parasite living within the body of its host.

endoparasite

(ĕn′dō-păr′ə-sīt′)
n.
A parasite, such as a tapeworm, that lives within another organism.

en′do·par·a·sit′ic (-sĭt′ĭk) adj.
en′do·par′a·sit·ism (-sĭ-tĭz′əm) n.

endoparasite

[en′dōper′əsīt]
Etymology: Gk, endon + parasitos, guest
(in medical parasitology) an organism that lives within the internal organs or tissues of the host, such as a tapeworm.

en·do·par·a·site

(en'dō-par'ă-sīt)
A parasite living within the body of its host.

endoparasite

see PARASITE.

endoparasite

a parasite that lives within the body of the host.
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Thus, endoparasites are becomes one of the main hindrances in the development of livestock production and industry worldwide [15, 16, 17].
Female laboratory mice displayed a reduced interest in, and avoidance of, the urine and other odorous secretions of males infected with either endoparasites such as the protozoan Eimeria vermiformis and the nematode Heligmosomoides polygyrus, as well as influenza virus (Kavaliers and Colwell, 1995a, b; Kavaliers et al.
Perhaps no differences in endoparasite loads were found among lekking sharp-tailed grouse because good health is necessary for them to establish and maintain territories on the lek (Kermott, 1982); that is, males maintaining positions on leks may not be a random sample of males in populations.
Since hosts are in introduction species context, endoparasites ecological research allows to learn better these communities in order to determine parasites distribution in native and non-native host species as a way to analyze the influence of parasites in their inter and intraspecific competition (apparent competition).
Endoparasites of chub (Leuciscus cephalus) in two rivers of the Abruzzo region of Italy.
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Herein is provided new host and geographic distribution records for an endoparasite of A.
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However, studies on the endoparasite fauna that affects the tuvira in confined environment, demonstrate that the parasites have limited its creation (ISHIKAWA et al.
Because of the heavy endoparasite infestation and risk of developing opportunistic fungal infection while in captivity, fenbendazole (20 mg/ kg PO q24h for 5 days; Panacur, Intervet Inc, Millsboro, DE, USA) and voriconazole (11 mg/kg PO q24h; Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc, Morgantown, WV, USA), respectively, were also administered.